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Coffee and Coin Podcast
#86: The Art of Creating Habits That Stick

Coffee and Coin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 33:27


Today we're doing something a little bit different and offering up a snippet of a recent expert call Factora hosted with Jules Acree. Jules is a Factora member, content creator, certified yoga and mindfulness teacher, and founder of Om & the City, a mindful lifestyle blog that empowers women to invest in their wellbeing & pursue their purpose. Today, you'll hear her talk about the lifestyle systems you can create at home and at work to simplify your life.Apply to the Spring Wealth Circle. Follow Jules on Instagram @JulesAcree.Check out Jules' blog, Om & the City.  

Prolly Shoulda Known Better
BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM (or, Ted Sappho)

Prolly Shoulda Known Better

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 88:19


SUPPORT THE SHOW AT ko-fi.com/prollyshoulda The heartwarming story of a young woman who tries the same lie on her parents eight times in a row and gets caught every single time. Tony and Nadia discuss the finer points of filmmaking - How many montages is too many? Are the Irish the true victims of racism? Why are the three main characters named Jess, Jules and Joe? How many times should you say the title of the film as a line of dialogue? - and then they crack up during the review segment again. Our theme song is "USA" by Jeff Rosenstock; Jeff's music is distributed under a Creative Commons license and available at quoteunquoterecords.com . This week's outro music is the Spice Girls' “Wannabe” as covered by Madeline Plamondon.

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas
Jules de Gaultier shares some DAILY FIRE

Daily Fire with John Lee Dumas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 1:27


Imagination is the one weapon in the war against reality. - Jules de Gaultier Check out John Lee Dumas' award winning Podcast Entrepreneurs on Fire on your favorite podcast directory. For world class free courses and resources to help you on your Entrepreneurial journey visit EOFire.com

Love That For You
"I'M IN A SEX RUT, HELP" Monthly Advice!!

Love That For You

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 52:59


Today on LYFY, Jules and Pat talk about their new go- to show talking all things sex and intertwining couples. The couple also gives their best advice and opinions on your written in submissions via the monthly advice column. Tune in! Be sure to follow us on social- Jules- Jules IG Pat- Pat IG Love That For You Podcast Youtube togeth3r --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lovethatforyou/message

Ye Olde Crime
Riddle Me That! - The Missing Sodder Children

Ye Olde Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 127:28


In the first of our December guest episode series, we'll be listening to the Riddle Me That! podcast where Lindsay was invited on to discuss the case of the missing Sodder children.If you enjoy this episode, and are interested in hearing more of Jules great content, we encourage you to subscribe to Riddle Me That!.The year was 1945, Christmas Eve. George and Jenny Sodder and their nine children would go to sleep. Strange events would happen throughout the night. An unnerving phone call, a loud bang that was heard on the roof, the door being left unlocked, the phone lines being cut and subsequently a fire that would ravage the home. In the chaos five of the children are missing. What happened to the children, had they perished in the fire? or had the fire been meant to cover up a kidnapping?Save time and money with Stamps.com. There's NO risk. Use our promo code, POD, you get a special offer that includes a 4-week trial PLUS free postage and a digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts.Become a member of our Patreon to view exclusive episode outtakes, as well as other perks like early episode access and more for as little as $1/month. You can write to us at: Ye Olde Crime Podcast, PO Box 341, Wyoming, MN 55092.Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, or Goodpods!Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport Our Show with Tee Public Use our special URL to purchase merch and help support our show at the same time!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/yeoldecrime)

Mograph Podcast
Ep 307: Jules Urbach

Mograph Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 155:01


Jules Urbach is here, and you know what that means… get your brains ready to soak up some information! We talk Octane, RNDR, NFTs, Crypto, and the Metaverse. You may need to play this twice to soak it all in.

Fleurish
A Very Merry Holiday Survival Guide!

Fleurish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 58:41


*TALK OF SANTA- warning for parents with younger children!!* Today join Nic and Jules for their Season 1 FINALE of Fleurish

It Gets Weird
Episode 279 - A Rotting Christmas Bone Carriage (Haunted Devon)

It Gets Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 70:54


Hey there friends and weirdos! In this one, friend of the show Jules joins the Weird Boys to discuss a bizarre haunting - this is the tragic story of Lady Mary Howard and her unearthly procession! What would you do if a carriage made of rot and bone, driven by a headless horseman, accompanied by a black dog of death, were to approach you? We learn of the many untimely deaths of Howard's husbands and the origins of the poor Lady's Sisyphean afterlife punishment!

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 345 - Reconstructing Two Centuries of Midwest Prairie Fire History

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 48:42


Understanding the role of fire in an ecosystem is very important. It can also be a very difficult task where good data are limited. This hasn't stopped Dr. Greg Spyreas and colleagues from trying! By scouring over two centuries worth of historical documents for first-person accounts, Dr. Spyreas and others have been able to track 200+ years of fire history in the tallgrass prairies of the Midwest. This episode was produced in part by Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.

The Juggling Act
Miracle babies, worrying and birth wishes

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 32:27


November is NICU awareness month and in this episode, we're joined by a mum who shares the incredible story of her little miracle baby Cooper, who was born at 30 weeks weighing just 1.5kg. What a little fighter. Jules also opens up about how her 'birth wish' came true, and Lauren Patterson is back with some tips on how to stop worrying. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Plaid Skirts & Basic Black
The Wonder Years with Jules Miles

Plaid Skirts & Basic Black

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 72:03


In our season 7 finale, friend of the pod, Jules Miles (@mysterymannerspodcast), becomes our most featured guest! We look at the return of Gus TT Showbiz himself, Dule Hill, to the small screen, in the pilot episode of the blackity-black reboot of The Wonder Years (2021). We discuss what we love (all of it!), as well as share a few favorites in the offertoryOffertoryJules - Obama Booklist,  Harry Potter series,  Catching Foxes Podcast episode on Harry Potter, The Vanishing Half by Britt Bennett, The Other Bennet Sister by Janice HadlowShannon - The Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford, Crate JoyMarcia - IG Account @theblackmancan, Red (Taylor's Version), Only Murders In The Building, New Wave FeministsDisclosure - Marcia is the Vice President of New Wave FeministsFollow Us Podcast - Instagram: @psbbpodcast, Facebook: "Plaid Skirts & Basic Black"Marcia - Instagram & Twitter: @stylishlyciaShannon - Instagram: @teamquarterblack, Twitter: @teamquarterblkJules - Instagram (when she's there): @mysterymannerspodcast, Podcast: Mystery Through Manners

What Can Go Wrong Podcast
Who Invited You Onto The Pierre Show?! Episode 35

What Can Go Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 35:30


Venmo@WCGWPODCAST 0:33- Introductions 1:40- Jules dating disasters 7:15- Intermission 7:30- Chicano-ish Beef 10:15- New nicknames begin 17:25- Pierre stats 18:10- Our offer for our new dad 22:25- Stop being a crab, Micktorious 25:10- Voting for our new dad 25:50- What's not cash money 28:09- Shout out Alvizo (we have an offer for you) 28:50- BJ showing off she has 2 daddies and gets a new nickname 32:00-Bloopers The podcast is for entertainment purposes, it's all in fun. Follow the Podcast: Instagram: WhatCanGoWrongCast Snapchat: wcgwcast Twitter: @wcgwcast Follow the Co-Host: Instagram: Lodo_Watcher TikTok: Lodo_Watcher

Les Nuits de France Culture
Une vie, une oeuvre - Jules Renard (1ère diffusion : 11/11/1993)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 84:59


durée : 01:24:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - Par Thierry Aveline - Avec François Mitterrand (Président de la République), Michel Tournier, Henry Bouillier, Jean-Pierre Harris (figure de La vie intellectuelle et politique nivernaise), Etienne Bierry (comédien et metteur en scène) et André Gillois (éditeur) - Lectures Jean-Marie Galey et Christian Marin - Réalisation Isabelle Yhuel

The Healthy Hustlers Podcast
Mama Chat with Jules Robinson

The Healthy Hustlers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 29:09


Conscious Mama Guidance Cards: click hereI'm so excited to share this consciously created guidance deck with you. My wish with these cards is to help bring you a moment of calm in times of chaos, offer you a fresh and loving perspective in moments of doubt, and help you realise that you are doing a wonderful job

Love That For You
Productive Daily Routines, Starting A Brand, TIPS!

Love That For You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:48


Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Today on LTFY, Jules and Pat are going over their daily routines now that they are officially working together full time. The couple shares some things that are a bit hard but also gives you their tips to help you become more productive in your working days. Tune in! SOCIALS: Be sure to follow us on social- Jules- Jules IG Pat- Pat IG Love That For You Podcast Youtube togeth3r --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lovethatforyou/message

Shop Talk - The Rookie Podcast
Shop Talk - Episode 30

Shop Talk - The Rookie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 117:20


We welcomed their friends Jules and Lauren from The Locker Room, an OneChicago podcast, to discuss episode 1x14, Plain Clothes Day. We talked about how the day went for Nolan, Chen, and West, as well as their respective TOs. And of course, you know we had to discuss Chenford, along with some references to other shows we watch.    Tell us your thoughts about these storylines, on Twitter(@ShopTalkPod_) or email us at(shoptalktherookiepodcast@gmail.com) to continue the conversation.

Susan Nethercote Studio Insider Art Podcast
92. The Art of Self-Publishing and Valuing Your Voice with Jules Ostara

Susan Nethercote Studio Insider Art Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 50:54


Hi and welcome to episode 92 of the studio insider art podcast. In today's episode, I'm chatting with the artist and author Jules Ostara. Julia Ostara, aka Jules, is a lifelong explorer, artist, author, and creator of 2 inspiring oracle card decks. Jules lives in the ancient Appalachian Mountains with twin boys, a guitar man, and a few feisty cats. Jules loves to see people shine from the inside out while discovering the depths of their wisdom and wonder. She encourages this through her books and fun creative courses. Making art helped mend her broken heart after her mom died from ovarian cancer in 2010. She hopes to carry on a legacy of love and zest for life. Jules and I first met many years ago in an online class and have stayed in touch over the years. Recently Jules approached me about featuring a few of my paintings in a book that she was creating. Of course, I said yes and today we're talking about her beautiful new book ‘Born to Bloom Bright' and the process she went through in putting it together and self-publishing. She also talks about how important she feels it is to value what you have to say and share as an artist, back yourself, and not wait for permission to bring your dreams to fruition. Jules is a bit of a veteran of self-publishing, not only books, but oracle card decks, so this conversation has lots of juicy tips about how to go about that process. I hope you enjoy the episode. This week is our biggest sale of the year when ALL of my e-courses are on sale! So if you've been thinking about checking out or furthering your learning with my ‘Painting as a Practice' e-courses, then THIS is the time to invest. From now until 30th November 2021, I'm offering: 20% off single courses. Were $77 USD now $61.60 (save $15.40) Simply click on the course link and apply the coupon codes below at the checkout to claim your discount. Use coupon SINGLE1 for chapter 1 of ‘Painting as a Practice' Use coupon SINGLE2 for chapter 2 ‘Painting as a Practice' Use coupon SINGLE3 for chapter 3 ‘Painting as a Practice' 30% off two course bundles were $149 USD now $104.30 (save $44.70) Use coupon DOUBLE12 for courses 1 &2 bundle Use coupon DOUBLE23 for courses 2 & 3 bundle 40% off all courses bundle. Was $219 USD now $131.40 (save $87.60) Use coupon ALL123 for the complete trilogy. Go to https://www.susannethercotestudio.com/black-friday for more information. Check out the full show notes and Julia's links here: https://www.susannethercotestudio.com/podcast/the-art-of-self-publishing-and-valuing-your-voice-with-jules-ostara --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/susan-nethercote/message

The Football Ramble
Now That's What I Call Manchester United!

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 42:19


Well, the inevitable axe has finally fallen: Ole Gunnar Solskjær has been sacked by Manchester United.Jules, Jim and Pete pore over the dismal performance that broke the panel's back and wonder what's next for the rudderless Reds. We also blast through a load of other amazing results from the weekend, with new managers stirring up the relegation battle and the top three flexing their enormous, financially-enhanced muscles. Join us!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Gluten Free News

Looking for a gift for someone gluten free on your list? Or maybe you're looking for ideas to give other for YOURSELF, here's a great one: Pizza Lover's Kit from GF Jules!This pizza mix has been voted the Best pizza mix by the gluten free community for years running. Jules selected the ingredients to get that perfect “chew” out of your gluten free pizza dough.It's super easy to make; just add oil, egg whites, apple cider vinegar and stir with contents of the mix. That's it.It is so good! It makes 2-3 large pizzas, or you can only make half the mix and save half for later. OR you can par bake and freeze a pizza or two for later.Here's what the kit contains: 3 gfJules award-winning Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mixes (would make 6-9 pizzas), gfJules Pizza Making ebook and a Pizza Crisper Pan!Check it out here: https://bit.ly/3xbs88D See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Now On The Clock Podcast
Johnny G & His Jules

Now On The Clock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 71:32


Join us for our weekly look back at All Elite Wrestling and Life After Lockup. Plus reactions to the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and former NFL RB Zac Stacy's horrifying alleged domestic violence video. All that and more!

Sidequesting
Introducing: What Will Be Here?

Sidequesting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 25:51


Today we're spotlighting What Wil Be Here?, a new sci-fi audio drama about living on doomed earth and building things anyway. This show is created and produced by Tal Minear, who makes Sidequesting! In What Will Be Here?, five friends send a rocket to space with a collection of recordings on it that document the world's decline, the stories they want to tell, and their efforts in building this rocket to get their message to the stars. They wonder what their world will have become by the time their message is listened to. What will be left of a planet that has destroyed itself? What will be left of the people who lived there? What will become of their stories? What will be here? At its core, this show is about living and creating when things feel pointless. It's a story that came out of the pandemic, and the landscape in which this story was written and produced greatly influenced how it turned out. What Will Be Here? is set on earth 200 years in the future, where large-scale crises are fully normalized. But despite the bleak backdrop, this story is one of hope - of overcoming challenges, of making things that might be temporary, but also things that might be launched into space and continue on forever. Find out more at whatwillbehere.crd.co, or follow the show at WhatWillBeHere on Twitter and Instagram. This is episode 1, titled Go For Deploy. E1 TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/wwbhe1transcript CREDITS: Jona Lune (they/them) - Jules. Sahar Iman (they/them) - Suri. Kathy Youssef (they/them) - Armani. Vico Ortiz (they/them) - Kei. John Y. Kamara (he/him) - Dane. This episode directed and Sound Designed by Tal Minear (they/them). Written by Brad Colbroock (they/them/he), Chandler Harrison (she/her), Cole Burkhardt (he/him), Di Reese (she/they), and Tal Minear (they/them). Intro and outro music by Benny James (she/they). Transcript by Caroline Mincks (they/them).

The Juggling Act
Career collapse, repetitive workouts and a Will Smith rabbit hole

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 33:49


Today's guest has had her small business completely wiped out during the pandemic. Kylie Ostle is the founder of Mum Society - live events for mums with amazing speakers. But it all ground to a halt when Covid hit. She joins us to talk about the impact it's had on her career and her family. Speaking of getting back up when you've been knocked down, Jules and Mel have fallen down a Will Smith rabbit hole after watching his inspirational chat with Oprah. And Lauren Patterson shares why doing the same workout can be more beneficial.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 344 - A Thistle on the Brink

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 45:54


Pitcher's thistle (Cirsium pitcheri) just might be one of the most intensely studied endangered plants in the world and yet its numbers are still in decline. From habitat loss to biocontrols gone awry, this poor dune specialist just can't catch a break. As stacked as the battle to save this species might be, that doesn't mean people like Dr. Kay Havens of the Chicago Botanic Garden aren't trying. Tune in and learn what is being done to ensure this rare Great Lakes endemic doesn't go extinct. This episode was produced in part by Paleo Fern, Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.

RUMBLE PACK
Folge 28 – Noch Ungefressen

RUMBLE PACK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 143:54


Uncharakteristisch eröffnen Dominik, Joana und Jules das Gespräch heute mit ihrem persönlichen Missmut gegenüber der wachsenden Corona-Zahlen und quatschen über die die derzeitige Lage! Aber keine Sorge, trotzdem gibt es auch gute Laune, Videospiele und allerhand News! Ben ist leider nicht dabei, der ist mal wieder im Urlaub. 0:00: Intro [...]

WhatCulture Gaming
The Best Video Game Consoles Of ALL TIME

WhatCulture Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 35:46


Scott and Jules take a hot fresh batch of #contents out the oven. #UBP See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Juggling Act
Chick lit, compatibility and travel scams

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:24


Today we're talking with best-selling author Monica McInerney who has turned her hand to writing a kid's book. She opens up about being stuck in Australia during lockdown and why kids are the toughest critics. Mel has been thinking about whether chemistry or compatibility is more important in a partner and Jules reveals the moment she knew Cam was 'the one'. While travel expert Evie Farrell reveals the scams we need to be aware of when travelling with our families. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Couple Shift
Get rid of it (and other ways to set yourself free)

The Couple Shift

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 38:17


We're back! Jules is dropping some truth bombs that can't be missed. Let's all keep walking in our truth, freedom and wisdom. Enjoy the show! Have any topics you'd like us to cover? DM us on Instagram! @mariaaleandra | @highoctanejules

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Geographer

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 100:32


We had the pleasure of interviewing Geographer over Zoom video!  Synth-pop luminary Geographer recently released his newest album, Down and Out In The Garden Of Earthly Delights, an 18 track voyage of synth-pop bliss. Formed in San Francisco, Geographer is the moniker for now Los Angeles-based artist Mike Deni. Earlier this month he announced a headlining U.S. tour that will launch in San Francisco on March 8th and includes stops in Chicago, Boston, New York, and more before wrapping on April 16th in Phoenix, AZ.  He is also confirmed for Treefort Festival and for the Just Like Heaven Festival 2022.ABOUT THE ALBUM & GEOGRAPHER:“I hit a ceiling in San  Francisco. I was writing a lot more songs with people in LA, so I moved down. I didn't really have any friends and just spent way too much time alone, making music. I wasn't thriving, I was surviving. Everything feels possible here. That's the vibe of LA: You've made it to paradise! You should be really happy...and then nobody is. There's a lot of darkness —you have to sift through everything to find your own path,” remarks Deni. While recording his album, engineer  Jules de  Gasperis showed him an image of the famed, 15th-century triptych painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights,” depicting alternate realities of paradise, hell, and reality. “It's like, why are we all so bummed out? We are all miserable.  And  we're  in  paradise.” And thus, Down and Out in the Garden of Earthly Delights—recorded between Spring and Winter of 2019 —was born. Part social scientist, part troubadour, if Geographer is an expert at anything, it's precisely chronicling life's imperfections. He has headlined many national tours, played Outside Lands, Firefly, and other festivals, released two critically acclaimed albums, and performed with such musical luminaries as K.Flay, The Flaming Lips, Young The Giant, Tycho, Ratatat, Betty Who, and Tokyo Police Club. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #Geographer  #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

Bonus Footage
Betting on his YouTube channel by taking out a loan (Michael Downie 300K on YouTube)

Bonus Footage

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 65:54


This week on Creators Are Brands, I chatted with the adventure creator Michael Downie. Michael Downie is a full-time YouTuber who is coming up on 300,000 subscribers. He has a super inspiring story of how he got started and trusted his vision to be a full-time creator. In this episode, we discuss: Why he called himself a YouTuber before he was full-time How he took out a loan and bet on himself with only 1500 subscribers How he thinks about working with sponsors and investing it back into the business His creative process with his team His exact TIPS for storytelling Here's my favorite piece of knowledge Jules dropped in the episode: “Back when I had 200 subscribers. I decided I was going to introduce myself as a YouTuber even though I had a full-time job at a junk removal company. I decided that I was going to make this my career, that I was going to be a YouTuber.” This episode is powered by Lumanu.com The creator economy is hiring // Creators Are Brands Job Board: https://creators-are-brands.pallet.xyz

Love That For You
4.9 Launching a Business!! Hustle Culture & Different Work Approaches

Love That For You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 49:01


Today on LTFY, Jules and Pat give some BIG NEWS details about something they are launching! The couple also goes into the episode talking about hustle culture and how that has affected, what seems to be everyone. Tune in! SOCIALS: Be sure to follow us on social- Jules- Jules IG Pat- Pat IG Love That For You Podcast Youtube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lovethatforyou/message

Now On The Clock Podcast
Johnny G & His Jules

Now On The Clock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 59:02


Reactions to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Review of last week's AEW action, including the Full Gear pay per view. Life After Lock Up and much more. Listen now! 

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
Phil Cavell - The Midlife Cyclist

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 34:18


This week we sit down with Phil Cavell, co-founder of Cycle Fit Studio in London and author of The Midlife Cyclist. The Midlife Cyclist take a comprehensive look at our bodies and mind with an eye towards successful cycling in mid-age and beyond.  Episode sponsor: Competitive Cyclist - Code 'TheGravelRide' Phil's CycleFit Studio and The Midlife Cyclist Episode Transcript (automated, please excuse the typos): Phil Cavell - The Midlife Cyclist  [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. This week on the podcast, we're joined by Phil Cavell.  [00:00:10] Phil is the co-founder of pioneering European fit and cycling analysis studio cycle fit. And the author of a book called the midlife cyclist. [00:00:21] Before we jump into this week show, I need to welcome a new sponsor to the gravel ride podcast. Competitive cyclist.  [00:00:28] Whether you're looking to buy a new bike, that's ready to go. Need expert advice, or want to customize your current build competitive cyclist.com is your one-stop online bike shop.  [00:00:38] Now, obviously there are lots of places to shop online, but the real difference at competitive cyclists are the gearheads. They're equal parts, customer service, cycling fanatics. Gear heads, our former pro athletes, Olympians and seasoned cyclists with years of experience, all available via phone, email, and chat for product recommendations and hard won advice.  [00:00:59] Last week. I wanted to experience it again for myself. So I called up competitive cyclist and I got a gear head named Maggie.  [00:01:07] Out of curiosity, I gave Maggie a brief rundown of the type of bike I was looking to buy the type of riding I want to do. And she was able to quickly narrow down the products from a competitive cyclist and find a few bikes that absolutely fit the bill. A couple of the models that are available, that fit my style of riding.  [00:01:27] We're the Haka. The pivot vault and one other bike. I also mentioned that I was super excited about the way the Ridley Canzo fast looked for example, but Maggie was quick to point out that based on what I had told her. That I wanted a bike that was going to be great for where I lived in Marin county.  [00:01:47] A little bit of racing and a little bit of bike packing. She reminded me that that particular bike. It might not do well. If I wanted to do kind of adventurous bike packing, that it was probably better off for me to choose. A bike with a little less aggressive geometry than that particular Ridley. And she actually introduced a bike to me, a model from Ridley that I'd never heard of before.  [00:02:09] So it was really great to just chat with her. And, you know, I know part of the journey of this entire podcast for me has been learning about different bike brands and so many questions that I had when I got into the sport. 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[00:03:16] Let's just talk a little bit about your background as a cyclist, and then also I think your day job, not being a writer, what you do as a day job at cycle fit studio.  [00:03:27] Phil Cavell: Yeah. Sure. I used to race everything. Come from a time and a place where you didn't really just raise one format. [00:03:33] We used to race cyclocross, rode mountain bike, time trials, team time and trials and getting back over 30 years now, but it just the team and club I was with us, just, it was a group of people and we just wrote everything. And living in London, you could raise a criterium on Tuesday. At crystal palace, the famous crystal palace. [00:03:51] And then you could do a time trial on Wednesday and then you could do, or mounted bike race on a Wednesday or Thursday was a big criterium day at the glorious east way circuit. And then you do a mounted by race or a road race on the weekend. So that was in the seat. That's just the diet I grew up on. [00:04:08] You just raised everything all the time. And until by the end of the season, all of a sudden you couldn't move or speak any muscle in your body. And so that was normal to me until I got injured and until my co-director and a psychopath found pat and I found her got injured and then we couldn't do anything. [00:04:24] And that's what made us interested in the subject. And so yeah, the cycle fit, we that it was born in the late nineties. And it's all really came on, tap in the early two thousands. So it's been going just over 20 years.  [00:04:37] Craig Dalton: I want to dig into cycle fit a little bit, but before we jump in. I know your injury was quite serious and actually took you off the bike for a really extended period of time. [00:04:48] I think that's really interesting just to hear it in your words, and the fact that you were able to come back to the bike is, you know, maybe news and some enthusiastic news to some of the lists.  [00:04:58] Phil Cavell: Yeah, it wasn't that injury actually, the original injury that made me interested in bike fitting was 25, 30 years ago. [00:05:04] The injury, this injury was 2011, hit a pothole and spammy me over the bars and very innocuous, really commuting crash, spammy me over the bars and a ambulance picked me up and took me to hospital and Yeah. And then I had a S a, quite a bad spine fracture there, but their feeling was, it was probably an old one that I'd reactivated or, and so it just got worst over it got worse and worse over the next few weeks. [00:05:31] And I could feel it degrading. And it was I'd missed that period in British medicine when you're treated as an emergency. And so I was almost always trying to get back into the system, but it got worse and worse until I had to have spine fusion surgery that failed quite badly and got an infection and made things worse. [00:05:51] And yeah, I really, it was. Six seven years of just trying to find where ground, you know, that the kind of base level was like a kickoff. Again, every time I thought things couldn't get worse, they did, which is bizarre because I was working in an, in, you know, working at my day job was helping people who were injured and I was the one I'd run up through, but I couldn't think of myself and a knock and my co-director jewels. [00:06:14] And you know, he felt awful because, you know, there was no fix. And obviously like most professionals, you know, I opt for the least, you know, you want ops for the least, least invasive corrective therapy. You know, I already had one round of surgery and that didn't go great. So you're a bit gun shy for the next round. [00:06:31] So you're trying to manage everything with physio and physical, you know, physical therapy. And of course being in my business, I know a lot of them very good ones and bless them. They were all trying to. But it's one of those situations where no one could help. I couldn't help. Nobody could help. [00:06:44] And it just, so I couldn't really ride at all between 2011 and 2000 and late 17, early 18, I had spine revision surgery in 2017 and it was successful.  [00:06:57] Craig Dalton: Glad to hear that. Yeah. Yeah. What a journey. And I can only imagine how bad it was, you know, having to service athletes at cycle. If it's studio, meanwhile, not being able to, you know, enjoy the sport. [00:07:10] That's been a big part of your entire life. [00:07:12] . I remember you'd mentioned that you and your partner both had differing injuries that led you to starting this cycle fit studio. [00:07:20] Can you just talk about that process and what philosophy you brought to fit?  [00:07:25] Phil Cavell: Yeah, I mean, we both had injuries. So we were sidelined from racing and it just made us it, we came from a traditional racing background, you know, which was, you know, you didn't really think too much about your position and didn't think too much about anything at all, or even doing other things other than just racing. [00:07:43] We just raised and rode all the time. And then we got, when we got injured, it made us reevaluate everything. And then we worked with Paul swift, a lot, one of your, you know, and we went to Ben serratus classes. Ben was great. We really, you know, those early, but Ben shorter classes were amazing. And then it just got it, gave us an appetite for the subject. [00:08:04] So we just constantly learned and trained and sought people out who could help us learn. People about podiatrists because podiatry for us was where a lot of the gold was buried. We thought, and, you know, I think we were right about that. You know, we just trained and learn from everybody, whether it was a hip surgeon or a podiatrist or a physio, we just kept going. [00:08:24] And so developed our philosophy from there. And the philosophy hasn't really changed. It's just changed, you know, to help us deliver the philosophy. And I guess that philosophy for that, sorry.  [00:08:35] Craig Dalton: Yeah, no, I was just going to say, I mean, it seems yeah, I'd love to hear you summarize the philosophy and obviously like the cycle fit studio grew and you started working with a lot of professional teams and individual athletes of really big note. [00:08:51] Phil Cavell: Yeah. Yeah, I guess the philosophy is that cycling is prescriptive. It's a very prescriptive sport. I think your ranges of movement and that can either be good because it's prescribing good movement for you or it's good. It can be bad. It's prescribing your body to do bad things that are out of alignment with what you can tolerate. [00:09:11] And so for us, it really is about anatomy. It's understanding each individual on quite a deep level and what their body wants to do and how their body wants to move. And then try and express that on the bicycle. I guess that's our philosophy encapsulated that, you know, when cyclists come in and say, you know, geez, I'm really uncomfortable in pain. [00:09:29] The bike's hurting me is don't beat yourself up. It's a very prescriptive environment. And right now the prescriptions are wrong. You're being prescribed the wrong. And we need to know, I found out what the right prescription is, and for that, we need to really understand how your body wants to move from function. [00:09:45] And then possibly part of that is even saying, okay, there's things you can do yourself to make things better here. You know, no, one's a finished project, actually. Everyone's working progress, everybody, especially mid-life athletes things are changing quickly. So you've got to stay on top of it. [00:09:58] So I guess that in essence is our philosophy.  [00:10:00] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I was curious. I mean, I think it's a good time that we move on to the book that you've written the midlife cyclist, but were you seeing some of the things as you had older athletes come into cycle fit studio was, and as you were aging yourself, were you starting to see things very starkly about how the aging athlete was fitting onto a bike that led just another thread of why you wanted to write this. [00:10:24] Phil Cavell: Yeah, absolutely. And, you know, we were seeing clients come in trying to do extraordinary things and often not coming from a cycling background. And so we were, you know, it made us very curious really about, you know, you try not to see everybody through the same prism, you know, we're all X races, all races, that cycle of it. [00:10:42] So it's very tempting to see things through that prism and, you know, The inspiration behind the book was what don't, let's not see people through that prison. Let's see. Pick Trump usually see people through their individual prison. My teachers did right. Looking at it. Thank you very much, Donna. So yeah, the hiding behind that was to really explore that subject. [00:10:59] You know, someone doesn't come from a side, combat run, they come from a rugby background or a soccer background or and you know, what's the best evidence and advice for them to progress as quickly as they can in the sport safely. And that ultimately is. To try and hold people's hands so they can get the most out of themselves and the most out of their bikes and the booklet. [00:11:18] The book really is a philosophy discussion about that subject to think.  [00:11:22] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think that's probably meets a lot of gravel riders where they're at, because your statement around meeting athletes who were trying to do extra ordinary things that maybe hadn't been riding their whole life to do that. [00:11:34] Is commonplace in gravel. I mean the tent pole events around the world can be a hundred plus miles, maybe even 200 miles in the case of Unbound out in Kansas, these events that people read about and think, oh, I'm just going to go out and do that because gravel is so inviting, but the idea of coming off of even just a solid fitness background and riding 200 miles off road, quite a tall order. [00:11:58] Phil Cavell: Yeah, that's right. And. It's beholden and everybody who wants to do that kind of event to really understand what they're demanding of their body, what systems are they going to be stressing? Which systems should they be fueling through? It's not just, it's just not enough to get yourself fit or to keep pushing up your FTP because of the net. [00:12:18] You're a high FTP isn't necessarily going to get you through a trans continental ride or some of the great big events. It's just not, you know, you need to be working. In an oxidative efficient state. And that requires specific training. And a lot of us amateurs, certainly midlife athletes who have come into the sport late or trying to catch up all the time. [00:12:38] They're trying to cram the homework is it won't work. You know, you know, you've got to you. I think I say in the book, you've, you know, you've got to put some foundations down before you can move into the penthouse, you know? And if you don't do that, you know, you know, you are not going to perform at your best. [00:12:52] And so you've got almost slow down to go fast. Even me, you know, I come from a racing background race for decades. If I was going to go and do one of these events and I absolutely want to go and do the trans continent or something like that just absolutely speaks to me. I would completely change the way I ride. [00:13:07] You know, I absolutely would, you know, I'm by nature, I'm a crit rider, you know, All fast, short distance, 45 minutes or an hour, and I'm gone. If I was going to do the trans continental, I would totally change the way I ride. Totally. You know, you've got to start fueling different. Yeah. You know, it's  [00:13:24] Craig Dalton: interesting. [00:13:25] No. It's interesting to hear your perspective on this stuff, obviously. That's why I invited you on the podcast. You know, to that vein, you know, it wasn't, I spent a little bit of time in my life, as a, as an amateur road racer. And then I did a bike tour and I realized as I strapped those bags on my road bike, the day was going to be different. [00:13:45] I wasn't going to be sprinting. Out of the blocks. It was going to be a long day with a lot of weight on the bike. And it really was instrumental in shifting my mentality around what would eventually in my life become a passion around these Endurant long endurance events. And it is to your point, you just have to think about it entirely differently than an hour long criteria. [00:14:09] Phil Cavell: That's right. And I remember Joel signed me up for the first Everett tap to tour and, you know, I didn't even know what it was, frankly. And Jules is juices. My co-director is a vet. He's a very intelligent, very disciplined rider and trainer always a much better trainer than I was. I was his lead out man. [00:14:27] And I, and he was, you know, he was a very good sprinter and he signed me up for this event and I'm like, oh, okay. So we'll do it. So we went out to the tap to tour. I had no idea what it was, no idea what it was. And I got. And we started, I still didn't really know what it was. I didn't even know where it went. [00:14:40] I honestly didn't know where it went or what climbs it went over. It seems madness now, but it's a long time ago. Anyway, it started and I thought, great race. You know, let's go get into, get my race head on and off we go. I was in the front group to start with the first hour and 10 minutes. I was literally in the front group. [00:14:55] There's a group of us and I'm going through an orphan. It's an hour and 10 minutes hits and that's my normal distance. And I'm gone. I'm done. I'm not going to blow my. That's it lights went out after burners off, shut down at which point Jules came out next to me on this climb and said, oh, you worn out old Labrador. [00:15:12] Look at you in touch. I'm sorry, chores. I'd completely blown my biscuit. And I had that five hours left. Yeah, very expensive education. Crazy.  [00:15:21] Craig Dalton: For sure. You don't have to say, you know, I mentioned that, I felt like this book hit me at the exact right time. You know, I've been suffering the last few years with some lower back issues and felt you know, this was the year I was really gonna change my mentality about writing and, you know, I had been one of those. [00:15:39] Ride five days a week. That's what riding is all about kind of athletes. And I knew I needed to make some changes when I was reading through maybe the first third of this book and maybe it was chapter three in particular. I was starting to think, oh my God, You know, I'm probably fortunate that it's only my back that's hurting because it could be my knees. [00:15:58] It could be my it band. It could be my hip. And I started to get in this doom and gloom mentality. So I was super happy when it started to come around in chapter four. You know, the midlife cyclist, it is possible to still go fast and achieve these major milestone events in your life, but the mentality needs to shift. [00:16:20] So it'd be interesting to just talk about some of the elements of the mentality that needs to shift and how we can think about, you know, writing to.  [00:16:29] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And I'm sorry, some people have reacted to the book and said, look, you know, I find the book a little bit, you know, I find it a bit, chapter three, you know, is tough. [00:16:38] And some of it I think is you know, you just a bad news bear. You just, you know, it's relentlessly bad news. And I don't, I just don't intend it like that. I just think the book to me is going into this with your eyes open, there's no point in being Peter pan about this understand the constraint, understand the challenges. [00:16:53] And once you understand the challenges and the constraints have Austria. You know, and then you can do the best you can do, to go into this, you know, there's no point I didn't want to write a book. It was just a training manual, ignoring the fact that, you know, any other century you'd be dead, you know, 51, 50, 2 years old. [00:17:10] How old are you? I'm nearly 60. So 51 51 in any other century, Craig, you wouldn't be alive, you know, unless you were kind of royalty, it's just as simple as that. You know, it's, you know, we need to, we need that kind of leveling moments. Okay. It's 300,000 generations of bypass. Every one of them would be dead by now, but not only am I alive, but I want to train and act like an Olympic athlete. [00:17:33] Okay. All of that's great. I love it. Understand the challenges, you know, and this is people my age and your age, trying to push their bodies hard is a very recent event in human history. So I think it's beholden all of us to understand. And then understand what's happening to our bodies as we do this and challenge our bodies in these ways. [00:17:54] Not because I think not because I think we shouldn't be doing it, not because I'm trying to be depressing, but because I think the goal is buried in understanding.  [00:18:04] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And I think by the end of the book that comes absolutely shining through, and that chapter three is a distant memory and I was more on. [00:18:14] Gosh, I just need to do the things that I need to do correctly. I need to think about my cycling career differently at this point. And there was a bunch of things in the book. That were put out there in a way that sort of makes you think about it. One that I'll highlight that is, I think for a lot of gravel athletes, maybe it's top of mind these days, just because of some of the athletes, we follow just the idea of recovery and you've got products like whoop out there talking about HRV, and there's obviously a number of other ways you can get that, that that stat out of your body. [00:18:45] But if you could talk a little bit about recovery and maybe. Alongside that over-training syndrome. I'd be curious to hear your thoughts on that.  [00:18:54] Phil Cavell: Yeah, it's a good point. Oh, cyclists seem to be born with a great work ethic and it's, you know, and if, you know, and it's you know, we're made mad by miles. [00:19:03] We just, you know, we're mile hungry. And if in doubt, put more miles on your belt, you know, I come from that background, you know, the old generation I come from was like, you know, it's all miles, it's all miles under the saddle, you know? And there's, that's partly true. When you get to our age, my age, I'm older than you. [00:19:18] It's also too to say that you need to respect your body more and you need to rest more. You need to recover more. Remember that you get fit, not when you're training, but when you're recovering, you know, what you do is you have a, you introduce a stress to your body, a training dose to your body. And that stimulates something on a cellular level, and then you need to super compensate and your body then gets stronger to adapt to this. [00:19:42] You put your body under. So you're actually getting, you're actually gaining fitness, not when you're training, but in the super compensation stage. Now everyone knows that, but cyclists, we seem to, it's no, we never, we don't allow our body to go into the super compensation stage and rest. And we get to my age and degree your age, you just need to have, be more conscious of not just the amount of rest, but the quality of rest sleep is absolutely. [00:20:07] Go dust to you know, to our generation really, because that's when all the good work gets done. And if you're in any doubt tool bag as to whether you should train, I wouldn't necessarily use heart rate, which is our old gold standard. You'd take your pulse if you know, and you'd say, okay, I'm at 45. [00:20:23] I'm good to go. Or 50 good to go. You know, a lot of a lot of endurance athletes have bradycardia, which is slow heart rate. So a better way to look at it is HRV heart rate variation, which is the beat to beat changed. And that gives you an, a better metric to work with as to whether you're fully rested and should train, or in fact, you're still tired and you've got inflammation in your body possibly or you're fighting something and you probably are best served to rest. [00:20:45] Not best served to rest in health, but all certainly that is true, but best health best to rest for performance. Because training, when you're tired really has no benefit, it just doesn't have any benefit. Certainly our. You know, you want to be fizzing with energy when you train, you want to be go out there and think, oh, I could just, can't wait to do this. [00:21:03] That's the mindset you need. I believe post 50 to train properly.  [00:21:07] Craig Dalton: It's super interesting. And I think, you know, recovery has been something I've been focused on a lot more this year and just my understanding of it, you know, the HRV number, it's just this quantifiable metric that you can look at some days to be honest I feel like I have. [00:21:21] The mentality to go out and thrash myself when I have a low HRV number. And I, you know, it takes a bit of discipline to dial myself back and knock, go after it or take the day off. But I think it's just layering on something very simple and a very important reminder, particularly for older athletes about the importance of recovery. [00:21:41] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And I think. It's a sign of a mature athlete. If they go out and Jules was talking to me the day he went out for a ride and turn back, you know, he went out for a ride and said, you know, I just didn't feel right. Turned back you know, got 20 K in and went, you know what, this isn't going anywhere and turned back and went home and got cold the next day. [00:21:57] You know, how did he stayed out for his three to four hours? He was planned and got cold and wet and really worked hard. You know, his age, she's two years younger than me. That would have been more, you know, more damaging as it was. He could shrug it off. So it's mature and sensible go out and say, do you know what? [00:22:13] I'm not as sharp as I should be here. Now if you're a 25 crack on shore, Stop for a few beers. It doesn't matter. You know, you can do all that stuff, but post 45, 50, 60, yeah. You can't, you know, you can't because that stuff in beds, in, you know, that's a layer of inflammation in there that you don't need. [00:22:29] Craig Dalton: And we've just recently had a coach on talking about just the need to control the things you can control when you're out there in these gravel events. And I think it's even more highly. For an older athlete, just to make sure you don't do something still in not hydrating or not getting the right nutrition in your body, not getting a good right rust, because as you said, we could all do that in our twenties and thirties, but in our forties and fifties and sixties, it's just going to have dire repercussions. [00:22:56] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And I remember being a mounted by race. I think it was in Scotland years and years ago, probably 30 years ago, 25 years ago. And then the tent next. You know, or the camp, little campsite next door, they were having a party. They were drinking, they were solutely completely blasted. And then they weren't in our race. [00:23:14] But, and then I remember coming back to the tent later, after we'd finished our race and the kid who in the morning was vomiting over his tent. Cause he was drunk in the morning. Still won his race. Shouldn't be, I remember talking to the you one new. You know, I was probably 30 at the time and he was already 18. [00:23:32] Yeah. Yeah. Why don't you? And that his preparation was getting completely drunk, staying up all night and then vomiting over his tent. Now try that at 50, just to try that Jordan mean that isn't going to work. And that doesn't mean that was a good strategy. It just means he got away with it 18. I'm not sure that I'm not sure how that anecdote helps anybody anyway. [00:23:53] Yeah. If  [00:23:54] Craig Dalton: anybody does take that challenge on at 50, please send us a note. After the fact  [00:23:58] Phil Cavell: you post a video like,  [00:24:00] Craig Dalton: So chapter five, you go into bikes, bike, fit, and biomechanics. And I'm curious, I know you mentioned offline that you're, you're passionate gravel cyclists at this point. You know, how have you seen bike? [00:24:12] Change relative to the equipment that's coming out for gravel bikes these days and the aging athlete. Yeah,  [00:24:21] Phil Cavell: it's a good question. I just think it's a marvelous time. I think a lot of older athletes, my agent are embracing gravel because it means they get a bite. That you know, they don't have to have, you know, there are some in the air and you know, hands round by their knees, they can get a sense of a bite that can do lots of different jobs. [00:24:38] It can be a robot, it can be you know, and so they, they're taking more sensible approach to their cycling. They. Once they've tried having a bit more rubber on the road or on the trail. They don't go back to riding a 23 and, you know, a 25, they, the minimum becomes a 28 or 32. So I think they're taking a much more pragmatic and I would say. [00:24:57] Reassuring route through their cycling career. And it makes me much happier. I always, you know, when when a client walks out with a bike with a 32 Rhode Tyro, 28 or something. Yeah, it's good modem, you know, cause it's, you've got more grip there. You've got more comfort. You've got more control. You've got more safety margin. [00:25:12] So I just think it's been a really, I think the whole gravel movement has been a altogether, very positive. I have to say for my clients for bike design. And of course it's all been liberated by disc brakes. Isn't it? I mean, seven was doing this a long time ago, one way or another, but I mean, you know, as were other manufacturers, but this has all been bought a life by the advent of disc brakes, isn't it? [00:25:32] You know, and allowing the frame designer morph.  [00:25:35] Craig Dalton: Yeah, a hundred percent. When you look at some of your professional athletes on the road that you work with, are you seeing like some of these elements of a little bit more comfort or are we still looking at these, you know, flat backs and high seats and long stems for the road athletes? [00:25:51] Or are there actual like performance benefits that can be gained by pulling that back a little bit and making them a bit more relaxed? [00:25:57] Phil Cavell: Yeah, I don't, I'd like to say I did see a bit of the latter and I think some, you know, some of the pros, the younger ones, you know, they look at it, look at Tom peacock. I mean, he comes from a cyclocross background, mountain bike background, you know, it's not, it's never too early, you know, he, you know, he has that background. [00:26:14] You know, I'm not saying that his rope position is an aggressive. There's a good chance that, you know, he's going to have some, you know, he's crammed some smarts about him when he sets up his road bike. We, you know, I don't see necessarily that they are setting their Roebucks road bikes up any different, but they all do ride gravel. [00:26:30] They all got gravel bikes. You know, one hopes that at some point they're going to take some, you know, some kind of recalibration by osmosis between the two, two formats. Certainly my amateur. You know, th they're now becoming category sensitive, you know, they, you know, they're no longer, they're no longer seeing these pigeonholes. [00:26:49] They just, you know, there's getting bikes at work for a number of different environments. And I think that's brilliant and I love that. Yeah.  [00:26:56] Craig Dalton: The other thing that's been talked about this book was and I heard you speaking on another podcast and referencing that you didn't think people were going to hang their hats on it as much as they have, but just this notion that amateur athletes are riding much closer to their threshold than professional athletes are on a weekly and monthly basis. [00:27:13] Phil Cavell: Yeah. That, yes, that w the podcast, I was that too. So John Lewis is the  [00:27:19] Craig Dalton: baseline podcast,  [00:27:20] Phil Cavell: I think. Yeah. Yeah, it's been picked up on a lot that, I mean, the thing is data doesn't lie, you know, th the fact is that amygdala amateur athletes tend to spend more of their time as a proportion, closer to the red line and professionals per year. [00:27:34] So we're 50 years of all 50 years of age, you know, in any other century we'd be dead, but there we are literally thrashing our bodies to destruction. Not literally, but metaphorically compared to professional writers. So they're writing at 60 something percent and we're writing 80% of our potential. [00:27:51] You know, one has to think, what is that sense of, or, and the book really is trying to answer that. It is that sensible, rational, sustainable and you know, and it, what it means is that professional cyclists are more ordered and structured in the way that they ride and train more cognizant of what they should be doing. [00:28:08] We tend to ride in this kind of mid sort of mid watch the whole time, you know, where are hard, bits are not hard enough. And our easy bits are too easy to just ride in this. What John Baker calls whirlwind of doom, you know, we're just and I can recognize it in myself, you know, decades gone past, I can recognize that, you know, where I'm riding in that kind of just in that uncomfortable zone all the time.  [00:28:30] Craig Dalton: It  [00:28:30] Resonated with me for sure. Only because as I mentioned offline, you know, I live in a little bit of a hilly place and I prefer to ride almost exclusively off-road so I, I do find myself grinding like a diesel engine up these Hills, never particularly having a super easy day and but never really doing anything that would resemble an interval either. [00:28:52] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And that's right. I've worked with so many professional athletes and amateurs. And when they're forced to take things easy, you know, injury or illness, they always come back stronger, but they come back renewed and rejuvenated. It's yes, because your body's been desperate for this for so long. And yeah, and I think that's absolutely right. [00:29:12] Whereas now I actually literally make myself ride really easy. Oh my God, this is lovely. I can feel my body's rejuvinating as I write. And then if I want to have a little pot and go a bit hard, I do. I definitely never ride hard unless I want to ever it, you know, I, I use that rule for myself unless I'm fizzing with energy and really want to ride hard. [00:29:31] I don't. Yeah. And the rest of the time, I just knock it back. A couple of gears. I know that I'm building mitochondria, I'm working my oxidative system. It's all good for me. The other  [00:29:41] Craig Dalton: thing that I picked up was just this notion of. Getting your head around dropping a cycling workout, picking up a strength training workout, or stand up paddle board session in your week. [00:29:52] And again, with this holistic idea that it's actually going to make you a faster cyclist.  [00:29:59] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And I think that's right. You've got to take one step back, take two steps forward as a midlife athlete because. Yeah. So I think we'll do nothing for bone density or bone minerality. It'll do nothing for sarcopenia or muscle loss. [00:30:12] It'll do nothing really for flexibility. There's so much of the, you know, you'll do nothing for balance. Really. There's so much of your potential. That's not being challenged by cycling and not being developed. So you're not building, you're not building resilience in your Shasti. Do you want to build resilience in your Shasti? [00:30:27] You've got to put the bike aside for a second. And do other things and that will make you faster. It's it's a tool. It's a tool. I was going to mix my metaphors. It's a big pill to swallow that one.  [00:30:37] Craig Dalton: Totally it very much is. And I struggled with that a little bit myself, but I realized it to be a hundred percent true. [00:30:44] Like I need to do these different things in order to be successful. And it's been an exploration. I've got a future podcast, guests just talking about why we need to do that. And I think it's critically important.  [00:30:56] Phil Cavell: Yeah. And I don't athlete in the, in photography today. Very good athlete, you know, was he 47, 48 hours, incredibly strong, very powerful, doing big events. [00:31:05] You're doing that event where they ride tour stages, you know, back to back tours stages before the tour or whatever. And, you know, I did a single X partial, single leg squat with him and he couldn't do a partial, single leg squat. It's you know what, you know, that's a pretty simple thing to do a partial single as to what you know, Yeah, I see that a lot. [00:31:23] It's nice. Not a new, that's not, it's not atypical, you know, see a lot, you know, where you got super fit people and they can't do simple things, you know?  [00:31:31] Craig Dalton: Yeah. No, I think that's so true. And I remember maybe in my forties, patting myself on the back that I'd selected a sport that you can ride, you know, you can ride a bike your entire life, but I didn't realize at the time that yes, you can, but you're going to need to do other things to support that goal. [00:31:47] Phil Cavell: Yeah, that's right. And we've all heard stories where you've got a friend or a colleague and they're, you know, midlife, cyclists, and they have an accident which is quite innocuous. And the damage is more, you know, more than you, one would expect. And you know, they didn't have a DEXA scan or, you know, looks, which looks, you know, the sort of bone minerality and it's low they're, what's called osteopenic or osteoporotic. [00:32:08] And it's because all they've done is cycle all their lives and not done anything off the bite whatsoever. And now they've got a bone density issue. You know, you know, if we're going to build resilience in the chassis, one of the things we need to look at is bone minerality, bone D.  [00:32:21] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it makes a ton of sense. [00:32:23] The book is great. I really enjoyed it. As I said, hit me at the right time. I hope for those listeners, like if your late thirties, early forties get on this book earlier, rather than later, because at 50, I've got some catching up to do. I'm committed to the cause. Cause I want to see everybody out there on the gravel events in 2022. [00:32:42] So Phil, thank you so much for the time. Thank you for writing this book and putting such good work out there in the.  [00:32:48] Phil Cavell: You're so welcome, Craig, it's been a pleasure to talk to you. Have a great weekend.  [00:32:52] Craig Dalton: Cheers.  [00:32:53] Big thanks to Phil for joining the show this week. I hope you all go out there and take a look at the midlife cyclist book, whether you're a midlife cyclist, yourself approaching midlife or otherwise. I think there's a lot of value in understanding.  [00:33:07] What our bodies are going to go through as mid-life cyclists. I know this is something that I wish I was more attuned to as a younger lad. I think I would be in a lot better shape today.  [00:33:19] And another big, thanks to competitive cyclists for joining us as a sponsor this week and the coming weeks. Be sure to visit competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride and enter promo code to the gravel ride. To get 15% off your full price purchase and free shipping on orders over $50. Some exclusions apply as they always do.  [00:33:40] Thanks for spending a little bit of your week with me this week. Until next time here's defining some dirt onto your wheels      

Nyctophobia
4-4-4 Pt. 3

Nyctophobia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 19:11


Gail and Jules are determined to enjoy their vacation even as unease follows them into the bath house. The relaxing spa visit leaves their hearts lurching in the dark.Nyctophobia is an anthology blending Eastern and Western folk horror into a unique storytelling experience. Although the stories in this anthology are varied, the dominant theme of Nyctophobia highlights the East and Southeast Asian superstition surrounding the number 4, the number associated with death.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The Riverside Inn Spa music, "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by TennonSee their work at https://tennon.newgrounds.com/Sound effects (attribution licensees):deerchaser.mp3 b morgantjhttps://freesound.org/people/morgantj/sounds/58569/Nyctophobia Episode 7 444: Bath HouseWritten by Tianyi SkarrxinEdited/produced by Rhys SkarrxinStarring:Cynthia Woods as Gail RidgePaul Arbisi as Jules RidgeMirabel Miscala as Paige McIntyreAmanda Noriko Newman as Dawn MortimerLilyDean ten Eicken as The Narratorand Other voices by Tianyi Skarrxin, Rhys Skarrxin, and LilyDean ten Eicken.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The River's Edge Inn Spa music: "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by Tennon.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.CW: languageCULTURAL NOTES:Proud Sky Productions acknowledges that the real life inspiration for River's Edge Inn was built on stolen Wabenaki Confederate land. All translations and lore were provided by anonymous tribal representatives and all voice actors playing native roles are from First Nations backgrounds. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast
Yoga Biomechanics and Asanas, with Jules Mitchell

On and Off Your Mat Yoga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 44:23


Have you been practicing what you've been taught but don't always understand why you've been told to do or avoid certain things in asanas? Or Are you teaching yoga and feeling stuck in your cues? Well, biomechanics might be the answer to your questions.EPISODE ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Highly Sensitive Humans Podcast
Trauma and Awakening as a Highly Sensitive Person

Highly Sensitive Humans Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 25:59


In this episode, based on Jules' background in Transpersonal Psychology and understanding of psychospiritual transformation - Jules share the perspective that experiences of trauma can often be a catalyst for our psychospiritual growth and awakening as Highly Sensitive People.Jules discusses how the traits of high sensitivity can mean HSP are more prone to the impact of their environment and dysregulation of our nervous system. Inspired by the teaching of Gabor Mate,  Bessel Van der Kolk, and Peter Levine she touches upon what Gabor refers to as the 'wisdom of trauma' and share how trauma, can result in a 'breaking open' and without negating the challenges. She share the perspective that trauma can move us closer to the divine and a connection with the spiritual; often resulting in awakening. She draws on the concept of the wounded healer and the importance of leaning towards, rather than moving away from our difficulties.Join the online 8-week course: Step into your Authentic Power as a Highly Sensitive Person This course offers 8-modules with an abundance of resources, meditations, workbooks, 1-1 and group coaching, community support as well as live workshops with guest experts! Spaces are now open for the next course starting March 7th, 2022. Receive a special early-bird, discount before December 1st - spaces are limited to 10 people! Sign up here >>More about Jules De Vitto...Jules De Vitto is a Transpersonal Coach who is experienced at helping Highly Sensitive People overcome anxiety, stress and burnout. Jules is Highly Sensitive herself and guides Highly Sensitive People into their authentic power and alignment with their true purpose in life.She lived in Asia for eleven years before moving to London and integrates Eastern practices and modern-day mindfulness into her work. She has a degree in Psychology, an MA in Education and an MSc in Transpersonal Psychology, Consciousness and Spirituality.You can stay connected with Jules through...InstagramFacebook GroupHighly Sensitive Humans Website1-1 coaching (book a 30-min free consultation)The 8-Week Online Course 

Entendez-vous l'éco ?
Jules César : veni, vidi, économie

Entendez-vous l'éco ?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 58:23


durée : 00:58:23 - Entendez-vous l'éco ? - par : Tiphaine de Rocquigny - Jules César est sans aucun doute une des personnalités politiques les plus connues de l'Antiquité. Fort de ses conquêtes militaires majeures en Europe et en Méditerranée, il est aussi porteur d'une vision économique qui permet alors de mieux comprendre le fonctionnement de la société romaine.

The Football Ramble
The Serbian Darren Anderton

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 46:42


Fresh off his latest round of Ibra Watch, Lars Sivertsen joins Jules and Andy at Ramble HQ for a blast through a hefty weekend of international football.Aleksandar Mitrović and co dented Portugal's World Cup hopes with some last gasp magic, while Harry Maguire drowned out the #haters at Wembley. We also wonder if Dean Smith can save Norwich, remind Scotland they're decent and bring some non-league nonsense to the table!Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Summer Is Fun: A Summer House Podcast
Winter House: Episode 4

Summer Is Fun: A Summer House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 105:21


Alicia and Meredith head back to high school as the drama heats up. Paige questions Andrea's feelings while Craig spills the tea to Amanda. Then Luke makes a pass at Jules and Lindsay explores Jason. Check us out on Instagram @VanderPasta. Join our patreon for exclusive content and early episode releases: https://www.patreon.com/vanderpasta Music: Neon Laser Horizon by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/7015-neon-laser-horizonLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

The Tea, Please
Intentional Living and Productivity Hacks

The Tea, Please

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 38:59


40| A balanced life is something to strive for, but with all of life's demands what does intentional living actually look like in real life? And how can we be more productive without running ourselves into the ground? That's what we're breaking down in this week's episode with one of my favorite creators on the internet, Jules Acree. She's a writer, YouTuber, and entrepreneur based in Austin, TX. Through the lens of mindfulness, self-care, and intentional productivity, Jules creates content that helps people slow down, simplify, and create more space in this digital age. She is the founder of the low-waste concept shop The Homebodies (@thehomebodiesco) and is a certified yoga + mindfulness teacher. Jules' work has been featured in Southern Living Magazine, Well + Good, Shape Magazine, Thrive Global, and was named Wanderlust's '35 Under 35 in Wellness'. Listening to this episode is productive in itself because of all tips Jules gives on how to optimize our lives. We love it! https://www.instagram.com/theteapleasepodcast/ (Follow @theteapleasepodcast) https://www.instagram.com/julesacree/ (Follow @julesacree) Follow Jules on YouTube Check Out Jules' Blog Don't forget to share this episode with a friend and leave a review!

Talking with Painters
Ep 117: Julian Meagher

Talking with Painters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 60:05


The impacts of COVID have challenged the world in a multitude of ways, but for Sydney artist Julian Meagher they appear to have sharpened his focus.  Over the last 14 months, with no other deadline than his upcoming show at Yavuz Gallery, he has taken the opportunity to free himself from the usual demands of an imminent exhibition and created a body of work which has explored exciting new directions.  Jules is well known for his beautiful portraits and still life works - painted in thin layers of translucent oil paint and often mistaken from afar as watercolour - but his stunning large scale landscapes over recent years are now taking centre stage and incorporate elements of abstraction to the point where in some works the representational drops off altogether.  And yet there is a strong link to the mysteries of the natural world in his work. Ideas surrounding the moon and tidal forces, sleep cycles, dreams, heartbeat rhythms and light rays drive his landscape paintings adding to their symbolism and allure. I caught up with Jules last week at his Sydney studio where he works among other high level creatives. In this podcast episode we talked about how it all started (his first career might surprise you), his ideas, his techniques and the unexpected energy required to create these still works.  He has exhibited in close to 30 solo shows and has been shortlisted in many major art prizes in Australia including the Archibald (four times), Wynne, Doug Moran, Glover and Shirley Hannan.  To hear our conversation press play beneath the above feature photo. A short video relating to this episode will be uploaded to the Talking with Painters YouTube channel in the coming weeks. Upcoming show Solo exhibition, 'The small hours', Yavuz Gallery, Sydney, 18 November to 18 December Links to things and people we talked about in the show Julian Meagher websiteJulian Meagher at Yavuz GalleryJulian Meagher at Edwina CorletteJulian Ashton Art School Philip Wolfhagen on Talking with Painters Robert HannafordJasper Knight ' Fozzy', 2021, oil on linen, 56.5 x 46 x 3.5 cmfinalist, Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW, 2021Image: Art Gallery of NSW 'Slow Wave Cycle (Barragga Lake) #8', 2021, oil on linen, 152 x 123cmImage courtesy of the artist Slow Wave Cycle (Barragga Lake), 2021, oil on linen, 245 x 198 cmImage courtesy of the artist 'The small hour #3', 2021, oil on linen, 183 x 152cmImage courtesy of the artist Julian Meagher, Slow Wave Cycle (Marrickville), 2021, oil on linen, 245 x 198 cmImage courtesy of the artist 'Daniel Johns', 2015, oil on linen, 122 x 91 cmFinalist, Archibald Prize 2015Image: Art Gallery of NSW Rapid Eye Movement #5, 2021, oil on linen, 51 x 41 cmImage courtesy of the artist

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 343 - Native Seed Science

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 48:31


Unlocking the mysteries of seed germination is vital for effective plant conservation and restoration. Join Dr. Marcello De Vitis and me as we discuss the ins and outs of native seed science. This episode was produced in part by Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.

The Juggling Act
Egg retrieval, the juggle and exercising when you're tired

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 23:47


Kidspot is running a conception campaign all throughout November called Two Tiny Lines. So each Monday we are joined by a high profile mum who will share their fertility journey with us. Amy Campbell is a business owner and social influencer who spent 7.5 years trying to have a baby and is not pregnant with number 2 from one of her first egg retrievals! Amy runs a business called Bridal Bar, and it got Mel and Jules thinking about that juggle and whether working mums can ever have it all. Lauren Patterson is also with us and has some brilliant tips to help you exercise when you're absolutely knackered. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

What Can Go Wrong Podcast
The Confidence Of A Mediocre White Man!! Episode 33

What Can Go Wrong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 33:00


1:05- Black Friday memories 5:58- You spit in Jules' face 8:40- The warnings we have to give when we meet someone new 12:00- Halloween 2021 Pierre doesn't want to see your t*ts 16:15- The story of Abel and the stupid sailor hat guy 25:36- Not cash money segment 30:30- Shout outs and positive vibes 31:56- Outros No bloopers this week The podcast is for entertainment purposes, it's all in fun. Follow the Podcast: Instagram: WhatCanGoWrongCast Snapchat: wcgwcast Twitter: @wcgwcast Follow the Co-Host: Instagram: Lodo_Watcher TikTok: Lodo_Watcher

WhatCulture Gaming
Is Gaming Worse Now Than When We Were Younger?

WhatCulture Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 39:02


Scott and Jules dive back in to the question bucket for this week's #UBP! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Crime Analyst
47: The Crime Analyst | Ep 47 | Sophie Toscan Du Plantier's Murder in West Cork: The Totality of Circumstances Ctd. Part 9

Crime Analyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 48:21


In this episode I reveal what Jinny Thomas, Jules's daughter, told police about Bailey's behaviour towards her and her mother as well as what the Director of Prosecution opined in his 2001 report about the disclosures by women about Bailey's abuse and violence. You won't want to miss this. #HerNameWasSophieToscanDuPlantier #SophieToscanDuPlantier #WestCork #Stalking #CriminalBehaviouralAnalysis #Profiling #DomesticAbuse #Podcast #TrueCrime #CrimeAnalyst #CriminalBehaviouralAnalysis #Advocacy #Misogyny #Femicide #WomenMatter Clips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOZVyDYbChs https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/7-the-arrest/id1556472772?i=1000514389128 Sources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVcu8Hwv8u8 https://paladinservice.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Getting-Away-with-It.pdf https://fuzionwinhappy.libsyn.com/sophie-a-dream-of-death-with-author-and-journalist-ralph-riegel https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/ian-bailey-journalist-poet-gardener-and-murder-suspect-remarkable-life-of-man-who-became-pariah-31107004.html https://www.irishpost.com/news/sophie-toscan-du-plantiers-murder-was-sparked-by-argument-over-bottle-of-wine-insider-claims-222743 https://www.thejournal.ie/readme/ralph-riegel-sophie-toscan-du-plantier-5124907-Jun2020/ https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/ian-bailey-made-advance-on-partner-s-daughter-18-trial-hears-1.3909355 https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/west-cork/id1556472772?i=1000514389002 Foster. N. (2021). Murder at Roaringwater. The Inside Story of the Death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. London: Mirror Books. Sheridan. M. (2021).  The Murder of Sophie: How I Hunted and Haunted the West Cork Killer. Audiobook: Audible. Thank you to my sponsors Athena Club and Sundance Now: Athena Club Show your skin you care with the Athena Club Razor Kit! Sign up today and you'll get 20% off your first order! Just go to https://www.AthenaClub.com and use my promo code crimeanalyst. Sundance Now Start streaming your next obsession. Try Sundance Now free for 30 days by going to https://www.SundanceNow.com and use  mypromo code crimeanalyst. Leave a Review If you want to support my work and Crime Analyst and if you enjoyed this episode, please leave a 5-star review here: https://www.crime-analyst.com/reviews/new/

The Football Ramble
Captain Cash's Catalonian Kickabouts

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:28


Imagine it: you're Matty Cash. You've just turned up to national team training for the first time - having learned the anthem on YouTube - to find Pep Guardiola scampering along the touchline. Rest up, Pep, honestly...Jules, Jim and Andy check in with two Liverpool legends as they change jobs, as Steven Gerrard takes over Aston Villa and sporting director Michael Edwards will end his incredible tenure later this season. We also get first-hand dentist tales from Jules and dietary advice from England wonderboy Emile Smith-Rowe.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

TigerBelly
Ep 322: Awkwafina & The Care Bear Inside

TigerBelly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 85:54


Bobby's car has one bar. Nora takes our chairs. Jules needs keys to represent the family. We talk head and torso police detectives, Korean theatrics, dog magicians, and carport poops.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Football Ramble
Signing Jonjo's #cans

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 34:36


The Papa John's Trophy served up some more lukewarm slices last night, with AFC Wimbledon eliminated and Newcastle United U21's battered at Mansfield. At least Jonjo Shelvey's been signing some local cans of lemonade, the good sport.Jules, Andy and Pete pour some garlic butter over more football nonsense, with Steven Gerrard casting an eye southwards and Xavi putting the Catalan hammer down. We also put ourselves forward for Man United's new handyman job - bicycle not included.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fleurish
Lying To Your Partner, Best Friend Drama, Zero Sex Drive - What Would Fleurish Do!?

Fleurish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 97:44


You guys asked, and they delivered!!! Today Nic and Jules are back with a “What Would Fleurish Do?” Episode! You all sent in your questions, and the girls give you their best advice on what they'd do in your current situations! *Trigger warning: includes talk of sexual assault* ✧ Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE!!! ✧ RATE & REVIEW to show your support!!! ✧ FOLLOW us on Instagram!!! ✧ @fleurishpodcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast
Ep. 342 - The Way of the Gardener

In Defense of Plants Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 68:17


Gardener, author, and environmentalist Lyndon Penner returns to the podcast to talk about his new book, "The Way of the Gardener: Lost in the Weeds Along the Camino de Santiago." This book details his 825 km (512 mi) journey across Spain and all of the wonderful plants he met along the way. This episode was produced in part by Levi, Sylvia, Lanny, Ben, Lily, Craig, Sarah, Lor, Monika, Brandon, Jeremy, Suzanne, Kristina, Christine, Silas, Michael, Aristia, Felicidad, Lauren, Danielle, Allie, Jeffrey, Amanda, Tommy, Marcel, C Leigh, Karma, Shelby, Christopher, Alvin, Arek, Chellie, Dani, Paul, Dani, Tara, Elly, Colleen, Natalie, Nathan, Ario, Laura, Cari, Margaret, Mary, Connor, Nathan, Jan, Jerome, Brian, Azomonas, Ellie, University Greens, Joseph, Melody, Patricia, Matthew, Garrett, John, Ashley, Cathrine, Melvin, OrangeJulian, Porter, Jules, Griff, Joan, Megan, Marabeth, Les, Ali, Southside Plants, Keiko, Robert, Bryce, Wilma, Amanda, Helen, Mikey, Michelle, German, Joerg, Cathy, Tate, Steve, Kae, Carole, Mr. Keith Santner, Lynn, Aaron, Sara, Kenned, Brett, Jocelyn, Ethan, Sheryl, Runaway Goldfish, Ryan, Chris, Alana, Rachel, Joanna, Lori, Paul, Griff, Matthew, Bobby, Vaibhav, Steven, Joseph, Brandon, Liam, Hall, Jared, Brandon, Christina, Carly, Kazys, Stephen, Katherine, Mohsin Kazmi Takes Pictures, Manny, doeg, Daniel, Tim, Philip, Tim, Lisa, Brodie, Bendix, Irene, holly, Sara, and Margie.